Food & Drink

A slick Chinese joint in Rincon Hill

Slickly done up with a back-lit full bar, mahogany four-tops, and a big ol' open kitchen, this House of Nanking offshoot serves up chinese wine, Asian-inspired specialty cocktails (Citron Tea Martinis, blueberry vodka Shanghai Temples, etc), and "traditional" grub like Peking duck buns, salt and pepper shrimp with basil/red onion/garlic, and the crispy rice noodle-flanked "Mongolian Beef Towers" -- delicious brother dish of the infamous Cantonese Beef Curtains.